Telly Talk Schemer
- Reaction score
- Plotville, Shenanigan
- Member Since
- April 2002
Sheryl Lee has acted the hell out of this movie and turned it into a soul scraping event.
I wonder if the experience has affected the actress in some way. I felt completely sucked into the psyche of Laura Palmer and somewhere in the back of my mind I heard a little voice saying "but you know her". I do?
How very Log Lady of me.
No Big Ed's Gas Farm, no The Great Northern or any of the Hornes, no mill and no Packards, no Hawk or Shurff Truman - and Donna was recast (probably a good idea).
Chris Isaak, I must say it didn't look very promising although something interesting happened in the trailer park.
Now, I'm not even going to try to figure out what it means and besides, I interpreted that scene very differently.
I assumed it was a poor attempt to cover up his shame or justify his whereabouts, as if he was surprised by his emotions.
Then there's Kiefer Sutherland and David Bowie, talk about stunt casting just for the heck of it. Ha!
I wonder if Laura got the chance to write Annie's message in her diary, it could be an angle for season 3.
Here's one of the many same faces of the talented Ray Wise.
Ah! The Little Man is Philip "Mike" Gerard's arm. That makes sense.
The old lady and her grandson from the meals on wheels episode also feature in this movie, with a creepy gift for Laura.
I wondered if BOB would open that door and crawl out of the picture (something like that happened in THE RING).
I'm feeling a little wiped out. Time to tuck myself in and have pleasant dreams about Knots Landing laserdiscs or something.